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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta .Wednesday, January 13, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 13 ANDY CAPP rAKE ITFROM ME,V6R COULb TRUST 'l_A\ WITH ^ERUIFE^. HONEST, HAR&WORKIN < A THOROUGHLY DEPBNBABLE MEMBER OF JHECOAWUNtTY Blast Cougars 6-2 Sugar Kings triumph, gain point on Leafs CHARMINVI BUV NER A DRINK T PUT IN A WORo F' ME. An' THER E . yOU ARE.TAUKIN'ABOUT SOME -< OTHER. BLOKE By LOYD YAMAGIS1H Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Sugar Kings aire only one-point shy of third place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League as they blasted the visiting Calgary Mount Royal Cougars 6-2 before 700 loyal supporters Tuesday evening. Meanwhile in Edmonton the league leading Red Deer Rustlers came from behind three times and managed a 3-3 draw with the Maple Leafs in the "57 ,7 Lenny Wilkins most valuable SAN DIEGO, Calif.( AP) -While Milwaukee Bucks' Lew Alcindor was clinching victory with a three-point play with 48 seconds left Tuesday night, little Lenny Wilkens sat on the West bench. Hunter training course Lethbridge Recreation The County of Southern Regional Board is hopeful of starting an Alberta hunter training course Sponsored by the Coaldale Fish and Game Association and the recreation board this .course is open to any male or female 14 years of age and over Due to the limited facilities only 20 applicants will be ac cepted. Deadline for registration is Tuesday, Jan. 19 and may be made at the Recrea-tion Office in Coaldale or by phoning 345-3746. The instructions will take place one night a week for a period of 10-12 weeks on a day not yet set. only other scheduled league game. The Kings now stand with 15 wins, 11 losses and six ties good for 35 points while the Maple Leafs own 36 points on 15 wins', 15 losses and four ties. Nothing new has yet developed on the two protested games called by the Rustlers which the Kings won earlier in the season. In Tuesday's encounter the Kings and the Cougars played a scoreless first period but Betsy Clifford has a lot to learn But news men voted him the most valuable player of the 21st National Basketball Association East-West All-Star game. The crowd of 14,378 and a na tional television audience watched Wilkens, 6-foot-l and smaller than 27 other All-Stars, rally the West with driving, lay-ups in the second and fourth quarters in the 108-107 victory. Wilkens led all scorers with 21 points, followed by Alcindor's 19 and 16 by Chicago Bulls' Bobby Love, also of the West. The East was paced by Atlanta Hawks' Lou Hudson and New York's Knicks' Willis Reed, with 14 each'.. "Lenny Wilkens never surprises me," said East coach Red Holzman of the 33-year-old Seattle SuperSonics player-coach who made eight of 11 field goal attempts and five of five free throws. Alcindor's fall-away field goal in the middle of the key, on which he was fouled led to his free throw and a three-point play, giving th e West a 108-105 lead. It came on a scrambling lob pass in front of the hoop by Los Angeles Lakers' Jerry West. The result meant $500 each for the West players and $300 for the losers. The East started off slowly, allowing the West to grab a quick 8-1 lead in the first period and a 66-60 lead in the third, MONTREAL (CP) - Sur-, prised as much as annoyed over criticism levelled at his coaching abilities,-Canada's national ski team coach Peter Franzen said Tuesday that world ski champion Betsy Clifford has a lot to learn. "I had a long talk with Betsy just before she left," said Franzen. "The doctor (Berger Kan-tor, of Montreal, who serves as manager of the team) and I asked quietly just why she wanted to go home." Miss Clifford of Ottawa returned home from Europe Sunday. "It sounds funny to me," Franzen said in a telephone interview with The Gazette from Grindelwald, Switzerland, when he was told that Betsy, through her father John, said this week that she could not learn anything from Franzen and was indeed coaching herself. TALKED ABOUT PROBLEMS "Betsy talked about problems at home," said Franzen. "We asked her if she wanted to go home because she didn't get along with anyone from the team or if she didn't like the coaching. She said 'no, no' very definitely there was nothing like that wrong." "She still has so many mistakes. She needs as much coaching as the other girls. "There are many, many things she has to learn. Technic cally,. there are big mistakes. She's getting help with us and she's improving. "When Betsy gets back, we'll have a talk. We have to get along with ourselves; I'm loot ing forward to having her back and I hope she feels better." Franzen indicated that Betsy would race next at Monafon Austria, in a meet which starts next Monday. More sport on page 14 Minor hockey The Rangers were one goal down after the first period but roared back and dumped the Monarchs 7-2 in Bantam B action last night. Sheldon Kelly picked up a hat-trick for the Rangers while teamm a t e s Robert Severtson and Randy Layden both chipped in with a brace. For the Monarchs Barry Charlesworth and Craig Holmes tallied firrt period markers. After three periods of play in a Bantam A contest the Jets and the Red Wings settled with a 3-3 draw. Dick Rohovie notched two goals for the Jets while H. Lep-pard aided with a single. For the Wings Bob Salmon tallied twice and Cliff Miysbiro once. In midget league action Ron Meli and Guy Pomahac scored third period goals as the ACT blanked the Ti-Cats 2-0. The two clubs were deadlocked in a scoreless draw for the first two periods. things developed fast in the second and the third. Randy Andreachuk, the lanky right-winger, put the Kings on the scoreboard after 43 seconds had elapsed in the second period but watched it matched two minutes later by Doug Blaney on a power-play. Don Southern and Ken Dodd then stole the show as they both tallied once in the second and third periods. Gary Paskuski'flipped in the remaining marker while Dar-rel Goss rounded out the Cougars scoring. John Davidson the Kings net-minder turned aside 22 shots* while John Leakley in the Calgary nets handled 26. During the three periods of play the Kings nailed seven of the 12 minor penalties called and took one major. The Cougars picked up five minor penalties along with two majors and two misconducts. Gary Pozzo was the badman in the game as he picked up 19 minutes in penalties. Jim Damburger the sturdy rear-guard for the Kings was taken heavily into the boards by Pozzo midway through the final stanza and was carried off the ice on a stretcher. He apparently suffered a bruised pelvis. The two newcomers Southern and John Snodgrass played a strong game for the Kings. Southern not only picked up two goals but skated hard throughout the game. Snodgrass a rearguard played a steady game on defensively and handed out some stiff body-checks. In Edmonton the Rustlers and the Maple Leafs played a f ast-m o v i n g, close-checking game with most of the scoring in the final period. Edmonton led 1-0 at the end of the first 20 minutes and the score remained the same in the second. Keith Mackie with two goals and Dale Bowler with one tallied for the Leafs. Wynn Dempster, Brian Ogil-vie and Dave Andruchin who scored the final tying goal were the Red Deer marksmen. V MUTCH JUST MISSES - What looks like a golden opportunity for Lethbridge Sugar King Joe Mutch didn't develop Tuesday night. Mutch, a defenceman, walked around the Calgary Cougar blueline corps but rolled the puck wide after beating goalie John Leakley. Kings won the Alberta Junior League game 6-2.___ Roundup of bowl in; LETHBRIOGE t, CALGARY 1 First period - No scoring. Penalties - Przzo, Southern, Pozzo, Pozzo (mn|or), McDonald. Second period - 1. Lethbridge. Andreachuk (Robertson, George 1 .43; 5. Calqnry, Blaney (Goss) 2:13; 3. Lethbridge, Southern (Chalmers, McCrea) 7:04; i. Lethbridge, Dodd (Mutch) 15:32. Penalties - Mutch, McDonald (ma|or), Dunbar (maior). Third period - 5. Lethbridge, Dodd (George, McDonald) 4:22; 6. Calgary, Goss (Blaney, LeGullloux) 7:52; 7. Lethbridge, Paskuski (McDonald Molvlch) 12:03; B. Lethbridge, Southern (Chalmers, McCreal 15-45. Penalties - Pozzo, Calgary bench (served by Smith), Mutch, Robertson, Pollock (misconduct), McBrldge, Pozzo (misconduct), Mutch, Molvlch. CAPRI BOWL A.G.T. Carole Homulos 220; Ev Hunt 230; Lucy Miller 240; Pat Hoot 229; Judy Young 221; Del Homulos 299; Ray Nesting 293 (710); Frank Tultle 245; Bruce Cantleld 243; Norm Tolley 244. COM John Folk 212; Gerrltt Van Gaal 240; Sam Glrardl 261; Otto Fast 227; Roger Lynde 234; Maria Jokuty 241; Dave Creighton 223; Conrad Arnold 286; Geo Furo 226; Ted Teller 202. NUMODE HOMES Chris Schulz 247; Myrna Olshaskl 253; Gloria Pearson 250; Joan Dogeer 243; Eva Benls 22B; Judy Lawson 237; May Hlebert 234; Pat Chrlstlanson 230; Kay Wheeler 258. SUNDQUIST CONST. May Mahe 343; Marie Smith 247 (664); Vera Nlcholls 235; Jo Krokosh 239; Linda Hovey 259; Pat Plomp 249 (672); Joanne sharun 233; Pat Tun-stall 224; Jean Passey 254; Shirley McLellan 222. SENIOR CITIZENS Frank Bornhart 293; Ben Evenson 237; Matt Bernhart 267; Lew Metzger 266; Bill Jensen 233; Spot Miller w, Len Mllner 229; Henry Bechthold 267 (767); Roy LaValley 213; John Carlson 205. HENRY HOMES Cecil Murakami 301 (761); Norman Gyulal 267; Larry Volden 235; Jim McPlke 261; Mel Lahll 245 ( 6821; Huqh Reld 240; Betty Paterson 264 ( 704); Fran Aberesnak 256; Len Kuhn 253; Pat Seely 553 (705); Rita Cemullnl 235; Shirley Areshenka 222. J.C.CA. Mike Tobo 355 (832); Kyoto Shlge-hlro 288; Archie Mlyauc 273 (752); Ryo Nagata 276 (769); Jim Hlga 272 ( 707); Bob Senda 275; Suml Medoruma 311; Dot Mlyashtro 285 (693); Kaye Ayu-kawa 250 (685); Mesa Goshlnmon 249 (6951; Fayo Urano 231; Terry Inouye 231. Y.B.C SCHOOLS Rick Barva 202; Tom Passey 238 (416); Bruce Wilkins 182; Robert Henderson 187; David Toth 187; Lanette Czember 168; Bev Passey 155; Bev Salmon 150; Michelle Maclean 140; Kevin Prindle 174. Y.B.C. BANTAM Carol Manak 134; Brenda Christie 138; Bev Salmon 134; Sharon Gogo 192; Kathy Joevenazzo 148; Troy Hovey 171; Alex Gepnerls 156; Darren Pepper 159; Rod Malchow 194; Frank Novak 223; Michael Sharun 183; Jim McCracken 157. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Bernie Pohl 246 (428); Kim Asquln 210; Carolyn Passey 202; Ken Kurtz 259 (461); Baden Pilling 271 (494); Cherye Obermeyer 200; Darwin Ro-manchuk 289 (532); Linda Malcomson 25B (477); Nadlne Kovacs 242 (476); John Novak 246 ( 445); Randy Joevenazzo 245 (4041; Harold Oddle 230 (434). YOUNG ADULTS Bruce Canfleld 341 (797); Ken Malcomson 290 (746); Randy Sllllto 284 (716); Bob Omotanl 314 (770); Duane Spltzer 331 (804); Karen Bergman 225; Marie Waselenak 247; Debbie Masson 308 (730); Suzan McDonald 252 (640); Linda Malcomson 241 (669). SENIOR CITIZENS Len Mllner 261 (721); Frank Richards 262; Henry Bechthold 253; Spot Miller 248; Henry Brown 232; Nick Blanchl 226; Emit Collin 226; Bill Jensen 220; Jack Stacey 216; Arvld Oseen 214. HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Bob Spltzer 246; Karlyn Spltzer 223; Ken Malcomson 266; Linda Malcomson 248 ( 699); Debbie Masson 223; Ruth McLaren 234; Eleanor Fenton 245 (708); Eugene Chollak 240; Ken Wlchers 278; Wllma Valer 243; Pat Tunstall 248; Randy Wolstoncroff 304 (710); May Hlebert 277 (692); Ray Metzger 286. ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL Ed Gilchrist 253; Dorothy Matheson 230; John Szelegowskl 279; Fran Ben esnak 244; Bonnie Sturm 202; Gordon Coghlln 202; Roy Pennington 287; Bill Moulton 230; Mary Klrkby 214; Linda Reich 246; Betty Tomlyama 201; Bill Kolysher 200; Agnes Roth 212. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Mary Arakl 283; Katie Noack 216; Karl Noack 230; Isabel Orsten 215; Tosh Mlyakawa 236; Brad Elder 228; Larry DuMcntler 261; Bev Humphrey 219; Bill Low 211; Bill Feldbush 226; Nedra Williams 234; Chuck Loot 231. DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME JUNIOR TEN-PINNERS Roger Carrier 154, Stan May 179, Robert Bobak 174, Bryan Gordon 147 Gracer Mcintosh 146, Terry Leong 151, George Conner 161, Pat Lewis 174, Charles List 153, Murray Vlckers 169, Kim Nelson 145, Jim Burrls 143. GLENDALE BOWL HAY AGENCIES Sandy Scattergood 263 (680); Jo Hodge 237; Marg Held 225; M. Mclaughlin 219; Ellen King 278; Kay Davison 224; Joyce Stlnson 222. SHOPPERS WORLD Jean Passey 291 (777); VI Connors 356 (7121; Ruth Cunningham 306 ( 6B1); Betty Paterson 255 (657); Dena Smith 284; Ollle Palmer 242; Bea Salmon 233; Gall Plound 245; D. Sorenson 231; M. Johnson 228; Pat Lcclalrt 220. KIMURA'S MIXED Jean Larche 236; Dennis Dick 203; Anne Pearson 233; Wayne Mlchealla 221; Vern McChle 225; Wayne Graham 236; Pat Sherrington 226; Melody Ives 234; Norm During 241. SOUTH ALTA. PRODUCE Mary Mysyk 279 (768); Sat Nagata 355 ( 670); Dale Fltzsimmonds 258; John Scattergood 226; Dot Olshaskl 261; Gordon Carpenter 225. CHINOOK STATIONERS Sandy Scattergood 294 ( 838); Nine Slndllnger 280; Bernlce Hay 216; Connie Baceda 249; MHz Wooldrldge 225; Diane Decatre 228; Betty Hobbs 224; Elalne Strelieo 236; Flo Bates 205; Brenda Rovlstone 249. BOISE CASCADE Judy Harnack 309 ( 658); Ralph Helt-man 221; Cyril Mees 221; Roger Burka 243; Rick Coldwell 234. Y.B.C. BANTAM Carol Calhoun 217 (374); Doug Vagt 215 (384); David Wells.187 ( 352); Tom Morrison 248 ( 357); Darren Toth 174 (331); Garry Rupps 132; Cindy Ped-rlnl 168; Tom Mlklos 169; Cary Goshlnmon 170; Terri Ann Blacker 157. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Brian Anderson 251 (494); David Barton 222 (3B0); Kalle Pcdrlnl 196 (367); Barry Neldermler 192 (361); Clayton Woo 198 (382); Brenda Peder-son 201 (354); David Urban 210 ( 354); Marie Lock 210 (3921; Debbie Calhoun 220; Debbie Firth 250 (492). SALES REPRESENTATIVE Wholesale Auto Parts Sales Representative REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Good basic pay, plus commission, car expense account and company group benefits, to cover south Alberta and Fernie, B.C., area. This opportunity will require o fully experienced person. CONTACT THE PARTS MANAGER FRED KING MOTOR CO. LTD. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-1566 Continuing This Week - Leo Singer's Greatest Ever All MERCHANDISE IS REGULAR STOCK - NOTHING IS BROUGHT IN SPECIALLY FOR THIS SALE . . OF COMPLETE SATISFACTION. WE URGE YOU NOT TO MISS OUT ON THIS GREAT SAVINGS EVENT. AND ALL SOLD UNDER OUR USUAL POLICY MEN'S AND BOYS'SHOES MEN'S DRESS SHOES Regular to 27.95. A AA NOW ONLY ......... 7.77 BOYS' SHOES Including Hushpuppiei. Sim to. 6. M AA Regular 6.93. NOW .. 1*77 MEN'S SUITS New Spring slack juit arrived Is included. Three groups at really outstanding savings to choose from.  INGUSH WORSTEDS  WORSTED FLANNELS  SCOTCH TWISTS  PIC 'N' PICS  SHADOW CHECKS  GLEN CHECKS  VENETIANS  HERRINGBONES  CHARCOAL WORSTEDS  SHARKSKINS Exptrtly mad* by Canada's leading manufacturer*. All sizes in short, regular and tall models. Soma have 2 pairs of pants. LATEST SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED STYLES GROUP 1 Rag. 79.9S NOW ONLY GROUP 2 Reg. 99.95 NOW ONLY GROUP 3 Reg. 110.00 NOW ONLY .95 49* 59" 74 MEN'S DOWN FILLED SKI JACKETS At a substantial savings. Sixes S, M, L. Regular 46.00. Q| AC BOYS' SIZES In S, M, I. Regular 32.50. Ar QC 1 RACK OF 50 MEN'S SUITS Regular Sizes. 14 PRICE AS LOW AS 19.95 YOUNG MEN'S MEN'S OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF BLUE JEANS WINTER JACKETS SWEATERS Regular 9.95. and CAR COATS CLEARING OUT AT BARGAIN mm AC % * Vz PRICE CARNIVAL____,  20% OFF MEN'S FAMOUS ALPACAMA TOPCOATS "Warmth Without Weight" .95 Regular 69.95. BARGAIN CARNIVAL 29 Other Topcoats Including Saville Row, wool and cashmere, ' Crombie sealskin and Crcmbie Saxony. 89 Regular 125.00. BARGAIN CARNIVAL .96 BIG SAVINGS IN OUR BOYS' DEPARTMENT boys' dress shirts With matching tie and hankie. Regular 5.90. 4. OC NOW ONLY ......... eJeTa boys' t-shirts Lang and short sleeved, turtle and mack turtle necks. W. price YOUNG MEN'S CORDUROY flares Regular 10.95. 00 C NEW SPRING SHIPMENT BOYS' ALPACA sweaters Mauvo, Red and Navy. Regular 11.95. 0 OC FOR ONLY .......... 7.7J BOYS' dress pants i;&r5- 25% off BOYS' ALL-WOOL sport jackets Regular 22.95. Q An boys' suits Siesta 11-16. Save Now. Regular 22.50 to 49.00. now 14.95 ,0 19.95 BOYS' blue jeans Stock up now. Regular 7.95. r A( now only ........ J.7J shop for these plus many other terrific values throughout the store added staff to serve you LEO SINGER'S MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR 214 Slh STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-3958 OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. BALANCE OF SEALSKIN AND CURLING BOOTS %0FF ;